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m i ],are good in important cattle states the I OK FOR JULY ! market movement of grass fat cattle in volume will poss!bly be little later Continued from page one l than usual. favorable crop reports may cau. On May 15 the average price re- : o1 periods of depression but should coived by producer5 in North Dakota conditions develop in Canada, Ar- for beef cattle was $8.80 per hundred entina and Europe a&apos; now seem w.eight and on June 15 this was esti- possible, the general level of casil mated to be 9.00 per hundredweight. prices is likely to be lifted upward " Hogs some extent as the marketing season Hog prices are now showing indi- cations of having reached the seasonal progresses. Are Flax turning point and beginning the ad- Present indications are that the vance which usually takes place in gentine flax crop was large enough to offset the reduction in the Nortl American crop and that the produc- ,tton in 5 chief producing countries in 1928 was probably equal to or slight- ly above the production in 1927. Pre-, the summer with a decrease in mar- ket supplies. Hog prices are now on a higher level than they were a year ago and it seems probable that the rise will carry prices to a higher pea than last year. S0ond early potato crop, it seems likely that the United States' crop In 1929 will be less than 12 million bushels compared with 18 million bUG last year. This should tend to prices after the low levels i [ in June. l In North Dakota the average price by producers for potatoes , 15 was 25 Gents a bushel. The y movement of early potatoes is progress and together with ship- I of old stock has had a tend- I ( prices at important Beef Cattie i advance during June anc finished cattle at least of last year is expected with less than the usual sea- dcline on gra. cattle. Receipts leading markets were 10 per cent , than in May, 1928. and 18 cent below the 5-ear May aver- the smallest for the mont'] 12 years. Shipments of and fucler cattle from 12 tnt9 7 leading feeding states' pe, r cent lkrger than in May, aaad the largest for the month 1924, While range condttion COMMON FLIES ARE MENACE TO FAMILY I One single fly, which "winters" over from the fall and deposits its eggs the middle of April will have 5.598.720.000 decendents by the middle of September. So the sciertists tell tin. Nz)t all this vast family of flies live but enough of them survive to menance the health of the family and community. Ty- phoid fever dysentry and other dan- gerous contagio,s diseases are spread by the common hose fly. The hou . fly pasts its early lif? stages in decaying organic matter such as manure and garbage, accord ins to Prof, J. A. Munro. entomolo- gist at the Noah Dakota Agricultur- al colleges. Consequently the best cozt'crol measu consists in atring these material in fly proof bins or pits until they .axe removed to the field or destroyed. Even a small pile consisting of the or four loa, ds of manure m a barnyard is sufficient breeding material to account for more flies around the house than the average bllfekeeper chat keep out, even with the use of screen doors and windows. Other control measures for flies liminary figures on the international Slaughter supplies have not been lle in fiaxseed during the calendar greatly different from that of a year rear 1928 indicate shipments of a ago. Inspectl slaughter in May was larger volume than that of 1927. Fair- only 2.2 per cent less than May last year and the first 7 months of the ly complete returns for the chief ira- I current year whicll ends October. was lortlng countries show smaller quan- titles being taken by the' United only 2 per cent less than in the cor- 8tales and the United Kingdom but responding period of the previous more flaxed going to Continental crop year. Storage stocks of pork iEurope. On May 12 the acreage price June 1 were 5.2 per cent less than th received by producers in North Da- unusually large June 1 stocks of last kota for flaxeeed was $2.13 per bushel year Lard stocks were the second and this was estimated to have In largest o'n record for June. Exports creased to $2.15 June 15. i of pork products  April .were abou . consist in the usage of poison baits, the same as in April last year. i fly sprays and fly traps. Many gOod Potatoes I Lambs commercial preparations are on the Present indications are that the Suunlies of lambs in July will de- ,-pt which can be used to advent-, feneral level of pot'o prices in A.u-i.pend largely upon ctevelopmeni in ege A good home-made pblson gUSt, 1929 will be considerably lalgn- , ...... lamb areas of Idaho " , _ _ ,_ ,v aa-y : bait may be as follows: Mix 1 tea. er than a year ago. uasea on me Washington axtd Oregon Feed anct spoonful of formaldehyde  40 per June 1 condition of the United States weather conditions in the sf)rin cent strength) with 1 pint of water held back the development of these or milk. ,'qual parts .and place in lambs and therefore the movement shallow dishes where it can be had to market will be later than usual by flies but is out of reach of chil- and the lambs will be below notTnal dren. quality. Receipts of lambs at leading markets were 20 per" cent larger in May. 1929, than a year Edinbur News ao. Inspected slaughter was over 18 per cent larger in May, 1928. and . i (Received too late for last week) the lar est for May on recoro I .... . g . . ' . re[aves and friends were greatly ag rice received DY pro- n The aver e p .... shocked Me day to learn that Thor# ducers in North Dakota or lamo ...... . tleler Tnoma,-on, Known as COd, son May 15 was $1170 per hunreu " of Mr and Mrs. Joe Thomasson of wet ht This was estimated to have g ' 15 . Gardar had passed away Sunday increased to $12 80 by June " I night at 12 o'clock due to Spinal Min- Buttm" ,mgitis. Deceased had only been HI Present indications are that the five days and although medical aid average price for butter during June and J'nly will lobably be below was summoned at once and every- th of a year ago and close to the thing was done to sye his life, death followed Sunday night. price of 1927 due to a production COd Theme.saGa was born Sept. heavier than a year ago and abevt 16th, 1895. at Gardar. N. D.. and died the summer production of 1927. Re, June 23. 1929. Most of his life was cetpts of butter at 4 principal mar- k,,qs during May were 70,742,009 oent at Gardar and at Edinburg, laounds ('rnn ,xed with 61.424,000 where the'family resided a number of years, "He was married to Miss Fran- nunds a year ago and 64.940.000 re- cls Frollich whose death precede-t the 5-year average, him in 1918. Two sons were born to With lower prices for feed the site them. Richard and William, who t, aiion is more favorable or butter make their home at the Thomasson moduction than either 1927 or 1923 and Olgerson lomes. He leaves to ............ end about the same as 1926. The mourn his loss. his two sons, father arerage price reAve/t 11 producers and mother, two sisters, Mrs. Ivan for butterfat in North Dakota May 15 was 44 cents a pound. The price Snornits, of Park River. Mt. Joe Oeson of Gardar five brother% ;rnati0nal estimated to be the same June Thomas. Gameliel. Lawrence and 15. i Seindor of ardar and Arnie of Ed- Eggs and Poultry lnburg, besides a host of friend." It now seems doubtful if prices fo: Funeral services were held Tuesday eggs the rest of the summer will -- d,,, below that of last year while from the family home at Gardar and in view of smaller receilYs 'and cold interment was made at Oardar. RaY. !]Did You Enjoy Heatind ,t,:'age holdings it is likely that fa'l Slgurdson officiating. The pall bear- ers were Ivan Spornitz, Joe Geston. Comfort Lnst Winter? ,,rices will be somewhat higher than last year. Poultry markets maln Thorliefer Johnson. Christ Olafson, Did you have-all the comfort, tain firmness and receipts continue Fridlon and Dory Thorliefson. Mr. and Mrs. C. E Lien and two convenience and econom.v of rli- t be light indicating that prices for younger children ]eft by car on Sun-, in your homey If you poultry will be maintained at pre- sent levels during the next few day for Valley City. where they will be ,ts at the Wale home for a now is the time to consider months. Receipts of eggs during May short time. They also attended th : over your heating plant in 4 primary markets were about 1} band tournmen held at Jamestown the really modern and con- per cent lower than last year. hi week. Wool I Dr. A. R. Fredickson and famiI wenlent system. The change cau be made t you -onveience--- Prices on most grades of wool con- tinued to decline during May but accompanied by the Misses Esther snd Bertha Fredrickson motored back ]perhaps while you're away on your he decline did not effect quite s ) vacation. Then onql ace next many classes as during the past few on Sunday from Valley City, where they were guests at the F. J. Free- winter with an antomatically con months. The vel of wool prices rickson home a few days. Enrouta trolled heating plant which will abroad continued downward lr May home F. J. Fredrickrn and familF deliver heat evenly all over the Stocks of wool in primary markets have been reduced during the past m(tored to Stump Lalce with them ]loBe, with mlnimtm fluetmttions month but remain high. Conditions and the party enjoyed a picnic din. ner. in temperature, Just telephone, now at)pear favorable for the com-. n clip in Australia, New Zealancl, A .M. Moen and family returned Monday from Mandan and Jame=.- Union of Soth Africa and Uruguary, KllutS0]l Yr, " S011 but there has Ieen. littlle imprv"twnl after spending a week there. Mrs. Dale of Butte, Mont.. anS ment in Argentina daughter Shel, Mrs. Crosby and son e IO7 Park River CalUng eas.  "f-onable kind. James of Seattle. Wash.. Mrs. G. A.  q, and llXed right. Get them at the Jhn'n" dauht, ers Helen, Alfhild. l Press office. Mrs. Elmer Shanon and baby all o i Nash were guests at the Emma Almen .nd C. F. Perdrickson homes on Monday For supper Monday evenln they were entertained at the L. G. Almen home. Dr. Amofi Fie.ten and family arriv. od by car he from Calorado last week and will visit some time at th : Dr. A. A Flaten homcand other r.- latices. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz an2 family visited at Oardar tnd Edino burg Sunday. Mrs. P. Qually and cb.ldren ann Mrs. P. Wick and children and Gen eva Setnes attended the Laides Aid at the Sauc Klelland home near Park River last Friday, June 21s. Mrs. Lizzie Christlanson and daugh. As well as on Business You save money and trouble ff your ear is put in good shap It also prevents aeeidts with  of life and limbs. Let us "inspect your ear. We guarantee our work. GOODRICH 8--TEXACO GASOLINE AND OIL8 tar Lucille arrived here on Saturday from Aberdeeh, S. D. ,and will spend the summer month's at the J. Folson On a Pleasure Trip Mrs. J. Folson Mr. and Mrs. Pet Lowe, Juna Duff and Runs Lowe of S William kjerven s Garage I-Iople are visiting with relatives in Canada A baby girl was born to Mr. an5 Mrs. Glen Lalthwaite on Saturday. I June 22nd. Calling cards, the fashionable kind. and printed right. Get them at the Press office. LANKIN NEWS I The Nickolay families seem to have: share sorrow this summer, a month ,Jk9 Nickolay's died and Sun- WALSH COUNTY PRESF day night Mike was called to New Prague. Minn.. by the death of his uncle. John Nickolay. Mike left for New Prague early Monday morning He was aeeompanied by his uncle. William Nickolay from near Park Ri- ver. Mr .and Mrs. Edward Sobolik visited at the James Sobolik home near Ves- leyville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mike Shirek. St.. and daughter. 1Vrs. James Trends. Sr.. -]d grandson. Jerry Shirek. came hom Saturday after two weeks vial . at different part of Minnesota . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zabel and fam- ily of Newburg stopped here for a short visit with friends on their way from Grafton, where they were call- ed by the death of Mrs. Zabers brother W<sley Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Zalaradka entertained at luncheon Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zahrad- ks. Jr.. and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Kluzak and Mr. and |',rs. Anton Sunka of Hopkins. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Sunka's mothers. A number of Sokol's from Kosobuds attended the Sokol convention at Chicago, Ill,. first part of last week and all reported r, good time while there. A large number of Lankin people attended th, funeral services at Park "--- Sunday for Wesley Erickson. Mr, and Mrs. Dennes Sobolik mo- tored to Grand Forks Saturday even- in to spend the week-end with friends. Ray. Father Peters was a Sunday dinner guest at the C. Zeman home aftra" returning from the Bechiq church services where he conducted high mass. t Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sobolik or Fordville were Lankin eallers Wed- I nesday. ] Johri Dvorak was a business caller in Adams Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vorachek and family spent Wednesday In Grand l;k)'rks visiting relatives, and shopping Mr. and Mrs. John Polak and son Walter spent the first part of th_  week at the Thomas Polak hom uear Lawton. Mike Nickolay came home Thursday from New Prague, Minn.. where he was called Sunday by the death of his uncle, John .Nickolay. He was ac eomp.,nied home by Mrs. Nickoluy and daughter June. who have beet spendin the past month in Chicago, llI., at the home of Mrs. Nlckolay's sister Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. ooseph Matejcek of Maxbass and daughter Carote-and Mrs. Matejcek's father. John Andra- cek. Jr.. came to Lankin Thurs]'y for a few days visit with relatives. One of the Park River physicians was called to the home of Mr. anc Mrs. John Iverson by the illness of their son. Rev. Father Sherman of Vseley- rifle motored to Lankin Monday and - and took Father Peters to his home where he spent the afternoon. Frank Marsik, Sr, and son Frank. Jr.. of Owaso, Michl, 5topped herc "tuesday and W.,dnesday on their way to Rosetown, Sash. The Marsik fam- , lived in Lankin until eight year,, ago and have a large number of friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Axelson of Fordville mtored to Lankin Wednesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennes Sobolik. Mrs. Axeison and Fcbolik are sisters. Little Allen Axel- mar at her parental son remained here for a visit w,.th .Mr. and Mrs. Anton his aunt. mothers, of Hopkins. The Mandt baseball team came t ins at the home of Mr. Lankin Thursday evening and were Zahadka. Sr.. and dlcated by the Lankin team in hrl Rudolph Andraeek, fought game. The score was 5 to 4 visiting at the home of Dave Granthaxn was a business Jo.eph Matejcek and caller in Grand Forks Wednesday bass. where his brother and Thursday. also make their home The following guests were enter kid Tuesday and will zeroed a dinner at the Joe Kluzak of the summer home Friday Charley Kozel. Frank John Wiste. and Emil Vonasek and James Macha tin Hippe and Margax of Tiber, Minn. l Grace Gerstener motored Eggert Erlendson. managing Editor. Saturday. They of the Grafton News and Times was home "by Misses Alice a business caller in Lankin Friday in ces Herds, Sunday. the interest of the paper. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miss Stasha Vavra, a nurse from fly from near Whitman Minneapolis Minn., came to Lankh visiting at the Joseph Wdnesday to spend two weeks va-[ Mr. and Mrs. O. A. caticm at the home of her mother, family, acompanied bY Mrs. Anna Vavra. mother, Mrs, Joseph Miss Mary Zahradka, who was am- tar Margaret, left ployed at St. Paul. Minn.. came back weeks vacation trip to Tuesday to spend the res of the sum-'er parts of the western THE NORTH DA STATE FAIR GRAND FORKS July 15-16.17-18-19.20. FEATURING "Winter Garden Follies" Beautiful Girls Gorgeous Costumes A SPECTACULAR DANCING FESTIVAL Each Nile AUTOMOBILE SHOW First Showing of 1930 Models Positively The Largest and Finest Auto Show Ever Held In the Northwest DON'T MISS IT. PUBLIC WEDDING On Friday, July 19" A New And Novel Feature Watch For Further Announcements DANCING Every Evening In The Largest And Finest Pavilion In The NORTHWEST FOUR BIG BANDS Will Furnish Music LET'S GO! It costs no more to get first class quality stationery print- ed as you like it. .Letterheads and Envelopes o[ excellent quality, in beautiful handy 'cabinets, printed to suit you $2" Ladies Fancy Stationery in pleasing colors, nicely boxed $2. 2s [!t ' Iit Walsh County Pre Park River LA'RS d. SILJAN, Ptlblisher North o' :,  :.'42",, 3 m i ],are good in important cattle states the I OK FOR JULY ! market movement of grass fat cattle in volume will poss!bly be little later Continued from page one l than usual. favorable crop reports may cau. On May 15 the average price re- : o1 periods of depression but should coived by producer5 in North Dakota conditions develop in Canada, Ar- for beef cattle was $8.80 per hundred entina and Europe a' now seem w.eight and on June 15 this was esti- possible, the general level of casil mated to be 9.00 per hundredweight. prices is likely to be lifted upward " Hogs some extent as the marketing season Hog prices are now showing indi- cations of having reached the seasonal progresses. Are Flax turning point and beginning the ad- Present indications are that the vance which usually takes place in gentine flax crop was large enough to offset the reduction in the Nortl American crop and that the produc- ,tton in 5 chief producing countries in 1928 was probably equal to or slight- ly above the production in 1927. Pre-, the summer with a decrease in mar- ket supplies. Hog prices are now on a higher level than they were a year ago and it seems probable that the rise will carry prices to a higher pea than last year. S0ond early potato crop, it seems likely that the United States' crop In 1929 will be less than 12 million bushels compared with 18 million bUG last year. This should tend to prices after the low levels i [ in June. l In North Dakota the average price by producers for potatoes , 15 was 25 Gents a bushel. The y movement of early potatoes is progress and together with ship- I of old stock has had a tend- I ( prices at important Beef Cattie i advance during June anc finished cattle at least of last year is expected with less than the usual sea- dcline on gra. cattle. Receipts leading markets were 10 per cent , than in May, 1928. and 18 cent below the 5-ear May aver- the smallest for the mont'] 12 years. Shipments of and fucler cattle from 12 tnt9 7 leading feeding states' pe, r cent lkrger than in May, aaad the largest for the month 1924, While range condttion COMMON FLIES ARE MENACE TO FAMILY I One single fly, which "winters" over from the fall and deposits its eggs the middle of April will have 5.598.720.000 decendents by the middle of September. So the sciertists tell tin. Nz)t all this vast family of flies live but enough of them survive to menance the health of the family and community. Ty- phoid fever dysentry and other dan- gerous contagio,s diseases are spread by the common hose fly. The hou . fly pasts its early lif? stages in decaying organic matter such as manure and garbage, accord ins to Prof, J. A. Munro. entomolo- gist at the Noah Dakota Agricultur- al colleges. Consequently the best cozt'crol measu consists in atring these material in fly proof bins or pits until they .axe removed to the field or destroyed. Even a small pile consisting of the or four loa, ds of manure m a barnyard is sufficient breeding material to account for more flies around the house than the average bllfekeeper chat keep out, even with the use of screen doors and windows. Other control measures for flies liminary figures on the international Slaughter supplies have not been lle in fiaxseed during the calendar greatly different from that of a year rear 1928 indicate shipments of a ago. Inspectl slaughter in May was larger volume than that of 1927. Fair- only 2.2 per cent less than May last year and the first 7 months of the ly complete returns for the chief ira- I current year whicll ends October. was lortlng countries show smaller quan- titles being taken by the' United only 2 per cent less than in the cor- 8tales and the United Kingdom but responding period of the previous more flaxed going to Continental crop year. Storage stocks of pork iEurope. On May 12 the acreage price June 1 were 5.2 per cent less than th received by producers in North Da- unusually large June 1 stocks of last kota for flaxeeed was $2.13 per bushel year Lard stocks were the second and this was estimated to have In largest o'n record for June. Exports creased to $2.15 June 15. i of pork products  April .were abou . consist in the usage of poison baits, the same as in April last year. i fly sprays and fly traps. Many gOod Potatoes I Lambs commercial preparations are on the Present indications are that the Suunlies of lambs in July will de- ,-pt which can be used to advent-, feneral level of pot'o prices in A.u-i.pend largely upon ctevelopmeni in ege A good home-made pblson gUSt, 1929 will be considerably lalgn- , ...... lamb areas of Idaho " , _ _ ,_ ,v aa-y : bait may be as follows: Mix 1 tea. er than a year ago. uasea on me Washington axtd Oregon Feed anct spoonful of formaldehyde  40 per June 1 condition of the United States weather conditions in the sf)rin cent strength) with 1 pint of water held back the development of these or milk. ,'qual parts .and place in lambs and therefore the movement shallow dishes where it can be had to market will be later than usual by flies but is out of reach of chil- and the lambs will be below notTnal dren. quality. Receipts of lambs at leading markets were 20 per" cent larger in May. 1929, than a year Edinbur News ao. Inspected slaughter was over 18 per cent larger in May, 1928. and . i (Received too late for last week) the lar est for May on recoro I .... . g . . ' . re[aves and friends were greatly ag rice received DY pro- n The aver e p .... shocked Me day to learn that Thor# ducers in North Dakota or lamo ...... . tleler Tnoma,-on, Known as COd, son May 15 was $1170 per hunreu " of Mr and Mrs. Joe Thomasson of wet ht This was estimated to have g ' 15 . Gardar had passed away Sunday increased to $12 80 by June " I night at 12 o'clock due to Spinal Min- Buttm" ,mgitis. Deceased had only been HI Present indications are that the five days and although medical aid average price for butter during June and J'nly will lobably be below was summoned at once and every- th of a year ago and close to the thing was done to sye his life, death followed Sunday night. price of 1927 due to a production COd Theme.saGa was born Sept. heavier than a year ago and abevt 16th, 1895. at Gardar. N. D.. and died the summer production of 1927. Re, June 23. 1929. Most of his life was cetpts of butter at 4 principal mar- k,,qs during May were 70,742,009 oent at Gardar and at Edinburg, laounds ('rnn ,xed with 61.424,000 where the'family resided a number of years, "He was married to Miss Fran- nunds a year ago and 64.940.000 re- cls Frollich whose death precede-t the 5-year average, him in 1918. Two sons were born to With lower prices for feed the site them. Richard and William, who t, aiion is more favorable or butter make their home at the Thomasson moduction than either 1927 or 1923 and Olgerson lomes. He leaves to ............ end about the same as 1926. The mourn his loss. his two sons, father arerage price reAve/t 11 producers and mother, two sisters, Mrs. Ivan for butterfat in North Dakota May 15 was 44 cents a pound. The price Snornits, of Park River. Mt. Joe Oeson of Gardar five brother% ;rnati0nal estimated to be the same June Thomas. Gameliel. Lawrence and 15. i Seindor of ardar and Arnie of Ed- Eggs and Poultry lnburg, besides a host of friend." It now seems doubtful if prices fo: Funeral services were held Tuesday eggs the rest of the summer will -- d,,, below that of last year while from the family home at Gardar and in view of smaller receilYs 'and cold interment was made at Oardar. RaY. !]Did You Enjoy Heatind ,t,:'age holdings it is likely that fa'l Slgurdson officiating. The pall bear- ers were Ivan Spornitz, Joe Geston. Comfort Lnst Winter? ,,rices will be somewhat higher than last year. Poultry markets maln Thorliefer Johnson. Christ Olafson, Did you have-all the comfort, tain firmness and receipts continue Fridlon and Dory Thorliefson. Mr. and Mrs. C. E Lien and two convenience and econom.v of rli- t be light indicating that prices for younger children ]eft by car on Sun-, in your homey If you poultry will be maintained at pre- sent levels during the next few day for Valley City. where they will be ,ts at the Wale home for a now is the time to consider months. Receipts of eggs during May short time. They also attended th : over your heating plant in 4 primary markets were about 1} band tournmen held at Jamestown the really modern and con- per cent lower than last year. hi week. Wool I Dr. A. R. Fredickson and famiI wenlent system. The change cau be made t you -onveience--- Prices on most grades of wool con- tinued to decline during May but accompanied by the Misses Esther snd Bertha Fredrickson motored back ]perhaps while you're away on your he decline did not effect quite s ) vacation. Then onql ace next many classes as during the past few on Sunday from Valley City, where they were guests at the F. J. Free- winter with an antomatically con months. The vel of wool prices rickson home a few days. Enrouta trolled heating plant which will abroad continued downward lr May home F. J. Fredrickrn and familF deliver heat evenly all over the Stocks of wool in primary markets have been reduced during the past m(tored to Stump Lalce with them ]loBe, with mlnimtm fluetmttions month but remain high. Conditions and the party enjoyed a picnic din. ner. in temperature, Just telephone, now at)pear favorable for the com-. n clip in Australia, New Zealancl, A .M. Moen and family returned Monday from Mandan and Jame=.- Union of Soth Africa and Uruguary, KllutS0]l Yr, " S011 but there has Ieen. littlle imprv"twnl after spending a week there. Mrs. Dale of Butte, Mont.. anS ment in Argentina daughter Shel, Mrs. Crosby and son e IO7 Park River CalUng eas.  "f-onable kind. James of Seattle. Wash.. Mrs. G. A.  q, and llXed right. Get them at the Jhn'n" dauht, ers Helen, Alfhild. l Press office. Mrs. Elmer Shanon and baby all o i Nash were guests at the Emma Almen .nd C. F. Perdrickson homes on Monday For supper Monday evenln they were entertained at the L. G. Almen home. Dr. Amofi Fie.ten and family arriv. od by car he from Calorado last week and will visit some time at th : Dr. A. A Flaten homcand other r.- latices. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Spornitz an2 family visited at Oardar tnd Edino burg Sunday. Mrs. P. Qually and cb.ldren ann Mrs. P. Wick and children and Gen eva Setnes attended the Laides Aid at the Sauc Klelland home near Park River last Friday, June 21s. Mrs. Lizzie Christlanson and daugh. As well as on Business You save money and trouble ff your ear is put in good shap It also prevents aeeidts with  of life and limbs. Let us "inspect your ear. We guarantee our work. GOODRICH 8--TEXACO GASOLINE AND OIL8 tar Lucille arrived here on Saturday from Aberdeeh, S. D. ,and will spend the summer month's at the J. Folson On a Pleasure Trip Mrs. J. Folson Mr. and Mrs. Pet Lowe, Juna Duff and Runs Lowe of S William kjerven s Garage I-Iople are visiting with relatives in Canada A baby girl was born to Mr. an5 Mrs. Glen Lalthwaite on Saturday. I June 22nd. Calling cards, the fashionable kind. and printed right. Get them at the Press office. LANKIN NEWS I The Nickolay families seem to have: share sorrow this summer, a month ,Jk9 Nickolay's died and Sun- WALSH COUNTY PRESF day night Mike was called to New Prague. Minn.. by the death of his uncle. John Nickolay. Mike left for New Prague early Monday morning He was aeeompanied by his uncle. William Nickolay from near Park Ri- ver. Mr .and Mrs. Edward Sobolik visited at the James Sobolik home near Ves- leyville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mike Shirek. St.. and daughter. 1Vrs. James Trends. Sr.. -]d grandson. Jerry Shirek. came hom Saturday after two weeks vial . at different part of Minnesota . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zabel and fam- ily of Newburg stopped here for a short visit with friends on their way from Grafton, where they were call- ed by the death of Mrs. Zabers brother W<sley Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Zalaradka entertained at luncheon Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zahrad- ks. Jr.. and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Kluzak and Mr. and |',rs. Anton Sunka of Hopkins. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Sunka's mothers. A number of Sokol's from Kosobuds attended the Sokol convention at Chicago, Ill,. first part of last week and all reported r, good time while there. A large number of Lankin people attended th, funeral services at Park "--- Sunday for Wesley Erickson. Mr, and Mrs. Dennes Sobolik mo- tored to Grand Forks Saturday even- in to spend the week-end with friends. Ray. Father Peters was a Sunday dinner guest at the C. Zeman home aftra" returning from the Bechiq church services where he conducted high mass. t Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sobolik or Fordville were Lankin eallers Wed- I nesday. ] Johri Dvorak was a business caller in Adams Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vorachek and family spent Wednesday In Grand l;k)'rks visiting relatives, and shopping Mr. and Mrs. John Polak and son Walter spent the first part of th_  week at the Thomas Polak hom uear Lawton. Mike Nickolay came home Thursday from New Prague, Minn.. where he was called Sunday by the death of his uncle, John .Nickolay. He was ac eomp.,nied home by Mrs. Nickoluy and daughter June. who have beet spendin the past month in Chicago, llI., at the home of Mrs. Nlckolay's sister Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. ooseph Matejcek of Maxbass and daughter Carote-and Mrs. Matejcek's father. John Andra- cek. Jr.. came to Lankin Thurs]'y for a few days visit with relatives. One of the Park River physicians was called to the home of Mr. anc Mrs. John Iverson by the illness of their son. Rev. Father Sherman of Vseley- rifle motored to Lankin Monday and - and took Father Peters to his home where he spent the afternoon. Frank Marsik, Sr, and son Frank. Jr.. of Owaso, Michl, 5topped herc "tuesday and W.,dnesday on their way to Rosetown, Sash. The Marsik fam- , lived in Lankin until eight year,, ago and have a large number of friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Axelson of Fordville mtored to Lankin Wednesday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennes Sobolik. Mrs. Axeison and Fcbolik are sisters. Little Allen Axel- mar at her parental son remained here for a visit w,.th .Mr. and Mrs. Anton his aunt. mothers, of Hopkins. The Mandt baseball team came t ins at the home of Mr. Lankin Thursday evening and were Zahadka. Sr.. and dlcated by the Lankin team in hrl Rudolph Andraeek, fought game. The score was 5 to 4 visiting at the home of Dave Granthaxn was a business Jo.eph Matejcek and caller in Grand Forks Wednesday bass. where his brother and Thursday. also make their home The following guests were enter kid Tuesday and will zeroed a dinner at the Joe Kluzak of the summer home Friday Charley Kozel. Frank John Wiste. and Emil Vonasek and James Macha tin Hippe and Margax of Tiber, Minn. l Grace Gerstener motored Eggert Erlendson. managing Editor. Saturday. They of the Grafton News and Times was home "by Misses Alice a business caller in Lankin Friday in ces Herds, Sunday. the interest of the paper. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miss Stasha Vavra, a nurse from fly from near Whitman Minneapolis Minn., came to Lankh visiting at the Joseph Wdnesday to spend two weeks va-[ Mr. and Mrs. O. A. caticm at the home of her mother, family, acompanied bY Mrs. Anna Vavra. mother, Mrs, Joseph Miss Mary Zahradka, who was am- tar Margaret, left ployed at St. Paul. 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